Archive for June, 2004

A little background: I work for muvee Technologies as a web developer. Much of what you see there isn’t my work though, since I’m only 3 weeks old in the company. I’m coming up with a list of things to improve with regards to the website, in terms of making it persuasive and consequently generating […]

Top 10 referrers

In: Blogging

28 Jun 2004

In the spirit of Referrer Visits 983 812 569 440 414 294 257 229 215 180 And yes, a table is entirely appropriate.

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More and more cool Mozilla Firefox extensions seem to be popping up nowadays. FoxAmp is a Firefox extension that integrates (to an extent) Winamp into the Firefox browser. It adds several buttons into your statusbar, allowing you to play, stop, pause, and change tracks. There isn’t any indication of which track is being played (umm, […]

Danes Czeched-out

In: Personal

28 Jun 2004

Czech Republic 3 – 0 Denmark I wish I’d bothered to look for a betting station earlier today – the odds were 1.78 in favor of a Czech win. The Czechs really booked their place in the semis in style, beating the Danes by the most solid margin of all the semifinalists. And what a […]

Doron has written a Gmail Notifier extension for Firefox. It adds a button to your toolbar that displays the number of unread emails you have in your Gmail account. Like how I have 0 new emails (I’m a lonely, lonely guy) in the screenshot below. Neat work, and this is still early stages for Gmail […]